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KIOCL bid to get mining lease

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MANGALORE: In its attempts to ensure its survival after it stops mining in 2005 as per the orders of the Supreme Court, Kudremukh Iron Ore Company Ltd (KIOCL) is continuing to try and get a mining lease for the Ramanadurga deposits in the Bellary-Hospet region of Karnataka.

This time, the Kudremukh Mazdoor Sangh (KMS) has approached the leader of the Opposition in the Karnataka Legislative Council, Mr D.H. Shankara Murthy, and asked him to intercede on behalf of the company.

On his part, Mr Shankara Murthy has written a letter on behalf of the KMS to the Chief Minister, Mr S.M. Krishna, seeking an early decision on the issue of granting the company mining rights in the Bellary-Hospet region.

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